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Windows 10 Mobile is an edition of the Windows 10 operating system being developed by Microsoft. This edition of Windows 10 is a mobile operating system that succeeds Windows Phone 8.1 and is designed for smartphones and small tablets under 8 inches in screen size, running on ARM as well as IA-32 processor architectures.

Windows 10 Mobile aims to provide greater synergy with its counterpart for personal computers, including more extensive synchronization of content, a new "universal" application ecosystem that will be able to port apps developed for Windows 10 on PCs, Android, and iOS to the platform, as well as the capability, on supported hardware, to connect devices to an external display and utilize a "PC-like" interface with mouse and keyboard input support. Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones will be eligible for upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile, pursuant to manufacturer and carrier support.[1] Some features may vary depending on hardware compatibility.[2]

The first Technical Preview for Windows 10 Mobile was made available for download to select Lumia smartphones as of February 12, 2015.[3] Additional Lumia devices were supported in subsequent builds. Versions released after Build 10080, released on May 14, 2015, also work on the Windows Phone variant of the HTC One (M8). Although the M8 is currently the only non-Lumia Windows Phone included in the preview program as of build 10149 released on June 24, 2015, Microsoft has assured that future builds will add support for more non-Nokia, non-Microsoft Windows Phones, though not all devices will be included.[4] No release date for the final version has been announced; Joe Belfiore confirmed that due to how the OS is being developed, it will not be released in parallel with PC editions of the platform.[5]

Development[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

Microsoft had already begun the process of unifying the Windows platform across device classes in 2012; Windows Phone 8 dropped the Windows CE-based architecture of its predecessor, Windows Phone 7,[6] for a platform built upon the NT kernel that shared much of the same architecture with its PC counterpart Windows 8 including file system (NTFS), networking stack, security elements, graphics engine (DirectX), device driver framework and hardware abstraction layer.[7][8] At Build 2014, which was held a few months prior to Nadella's announcement, Microsoft also unveiled the concept of "universal" Windows apps. With the addition of Windows Runtime support to these platforms, apps created for Windows 8.1 could now be ported to Windows Phone 8.1 and Xbox One while sharing a common codebase with their PC counterparts. User data and licenses for an app could also be shared between multiple platforms.[9]

In July 2014, Microsoft's then-new CEO Satya Nadella explained that the company was planning to "streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system for screens of all sizes," unifying Windows, Windows Phone, and Windows Embedded around a common architecture and a unified application ecosystem. However, Nadella stated that these internal changes would not have any effect on how the operating systems are marketed and sold.[10][11]

On September 30, 2014, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10; Terry Myerson explained that Windows 10 would be Microsoft's "most comprehensive platform ever," promoting plans to provide a "unified" platform for desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and all-in-one devices.[12][13] Windows 10 on phones was publicly unveiled during the Windows 10: The Next Chapter press event on January 21, 2015; unlike previous Windows Phone versions, Windows 10 will also expand the platform's focus to small, ARM-based tablets, thus making it a de facto successor to Microsoft's commercially unsuccessful Windows RT platform (which was based upon the PC version of Windows 8).[14] Windows RT devices will receive a different update with some of the features of Windows 10 for PC.[15]

During the 2015 Build keynote, Microsoft announced efforts to ease the porting of Android and iOS software to run on Windows 10 for mobile. The operating system will feature a runtime environment for Android software (codenamed "Astoria"), that will allow Android apps written in Java or C++ to be adapted for use under Windows 10. The layer will implement the majority of Android 4.4's APIs, translating relevant calls into calls to equivalent Windows APIs. Support for Microsoft platforms such as Bing Maps and Xbox Live will be available as nearly drop-in replacements for equivalent Google Mobile Services. Android apps for Windows 10 can be published to Windows Store in APK files. The layer contains some limitations: Google Mobile Services and certain core APIs will not be available, and Kevin Gallo, technical lead of Windows Developer Platform, explained that apps that have "deep integration into background tasks", such as messaging software, may not run well in this environment.[16][17] For iOS apps, a middleware toolkit (codenamed "Islandwood") provides a toolchain for compiling objective-C based software to run as universal apps on Windows 10. Visual Studio 2015 can convert Xcode projects into Visual Studio projects.[18] Neither of these toolkits will be immediately available on launch.[19]

Naming[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

In accordance with Microsoft's unification strategy, this operating system will be branded primarily as an edition of Windows 10, rather than "Windows Phone 10". Microsoft had begun to phase out specific references to the Windows Phone brand in its advertising in mid-2014, but critics have still considered the operating system to be an iteration and continuation of Windows Phone due to its lineage and similar overall functionality. Microsoft referred to the OS as "Windows 10 for phones and small tablets" during its unveiling,[20] leaked screenshots from a Technical Preview build identified the operating system as "Windows 10 Mobile"[21][22][23][24] and the technical preview was officially called the "Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones".[25]

On May 13, 2015, Microsoft officially confirmed the platform would be known as Windows 10 Mobile.[26][27]

Features[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

A major aspect of the operating system is a focus on harmonizing user experiences and functionality between different classes of devices; particularly, devices running the PC-oriented version of Windows 10, and smartphones. Under the "Windows app" concept, Windows Runtime apps for Windows 10 on PC can be ported to other Windows platforms, such as Windows 10 on mobile, and share nearly the same codebase, but with adaptations for the specific device class. Windows 10 on mobile will also, where applicable, share user interface elements with its PC counterpart, such as an updated Action Center and settings menu.[9][14][20][21][28] During its initial unveiling, Microsoft presented several examples of Windows apps that would have similar functionality and user interfaces between Windows 10 on desktops and mobile devices, including updated Photos and Maps apps, and new Microsoft Office apps.[29][30][31]

Notifications can be synced between devices; dismissing a notification on, for example, a laptop, will also dismiss it from a phone. Certain types of notifications now allow inline replies. The start screen now has the option to display wallpapers as a background of the screen behind translucent tiles, rather than within the tiles.[32] The messaging app adds support for internet-based Skype messaging alongside SMS, similarly to iMessage, and can synchronize these conversations with other devices.[22][33] The camera app has been updated to match the "Lumia Camera" app previously exclusive to Lumia products,[33] and a new Photos app aggregates content from local storage and OneDrive, and will be able to perform automatic enhancements to photos.[33] The on-screen keyboard now contains a virtual pointing stick for manipulating the text editing cursor, a dedicated voice input button, and can be shifted towards the left or right of the screen to improve one-handed usability on larger devices.[21][33][34] Windows 10 Mobile also includes an adaptation of the "Continuum" concept from its PC counterpart; on supported devices, when attached to an external display, Windows 10 Mobile can scale its user interface and apps into a "PC-like" desktop interface with windowed apps and support for mouse and keyboard input.[35][36]

A new iteration of the Office Mobile suite, Office for Windows 10, will also be included with the operating system. Based upon the Android and iOS versions of Office Mobile, they introduce a new user interface with a variation of the ribbon toolbar used by the desktop version, and a new mobile version of Outlook. Outlook utilizes the same rendering engine as the Windows desktop version of Microsoft Word.[28][29][37] Microsoft Edge will replace Internet Explorer Mobile as the default web browser.[38]

Release[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones can be upgraded to Windows 10 for mobile, pursuant to hardware compatibility and manufacturer support. Not all phones will receive the update or support all of its features.[1][39]

In November 2014, a post by a Microsoft Twitter account stated that all Nokia and Microsoft Lumia smartphones running Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 would receive updates to 10, but following the official unveiling, Microsoft reiterated and stated that they were targeting the "majority" of Lumia phones.[34] In February 2015, Joe Belfiore stated that Microsoft was "working on" a version of 10 for low-end devices with 512 MB of RAM, specifically citing the Nokia Lumia 520—a model which represents 24.5% of all Windows Phone devices sold, but reaffirmed that not all of its features would be supported on these devices.[39][40]

The "Windows Insider" program, adopted to provide a public beta version for the PC version of Windows 10,[41] is used to provide a public beta version of Windows 10 for selected mobile devices.[39] When the first preview of "Windows 10 for phone and small tablets" was released on February 12, 2015, the list of supported phones was fairly limited, and included only newer third generation (x30 series) Lumia devices, and no second generation (x20 series) Lumias.

Gabriel Aul, the head of the "Windows Insider" program, said that the next build was to be released on April 10, 2015, which would support most second and third generation Lumia products. The build was released as promised, though a bug with device scaling means that the Lumia 930, Lumia Icon, and Lumia 640 XL are not included,[42] although all the other Lumias are supported. This includes the Lumia 520, the most popular Windows Phone of all time, though delivery of the update was put on hold for it and several other models, such as the Lumia 640, encountered problems with backup and restore.[43] An update to the Windows Phone Recovery Tool resolved these concerns,[44] and delivery of Windows 10 updates was restored to the 520 with build 10052, and to the 640 with build 10080.

With the release of build 10080 to the Lumia 930, Icon[45] and 640 XL on May 15, 2015, almost all second, third, and fourth-generation Lumia products now support the preview, except for the recently released Lumia 540. Furthermore, the HTC One (M8) for Windows is now also compatible, becoming the first non-Lumia product to do so.

Build number 10136 was released on June 16, 2015, with a "migration bug" that required that existing devices on build 10080 be reverted back to Windows Phone 8.1 using the Recovery Tool before the installation of 10136 can proceed.[46] This migration bug was fixed a week later with the release of build 10149.[47]

While these latest builds are not supported on any devices other than those previously supported, there remains a possibility that subsequent updates might add support for new devices. Additionally, while Microsoft has promised to bring Windows 10 Mobile to every Windows Phone device, including those made by Microsoft's numerous third-party hardware partners, not every one will get a preview build via the Insider program.

Hardware specifications[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

Minimum specifications for Windows 10 Mobile devices are similar to those of Windows Phone 8, with a minimum screen resolution of 800x480 (854x480 if software buttons are in use) and 512 MB of RAM. Owing to hardware advancements and the operating system's support for tablets, screen resolutions can now reach as high as QSXGA resolution (2560×2048) and further, as opposed to the 1080p cap of Windows Phone 8. The minimum amount of RAM required is dictated by the screen's resolution; screens with a resolution higher than 960×540 require 1 GB of RAM, screens of 1440×900 and higher require 2 GB, 2048×1152 and higher require 3 GB, and 2560×2048 and higher require 4 GB.[48]

As with Windows Phone, Windows 10 Mobile supports ARM system-on-chips from Qualcomm's Snapdragon line, adding support for the 208, 210, 615, 808, and 810. The operating system will also introduce support for IA-32 system-on-chips from Intel and AMD, including Intel's Atom x3 and Cherry Trail Atom x5 and x7, and AMD's Carrizo. Although some of these supported chips are 64-bit, Windows 10 Mobile will only support 32-bit operation.[48]

Version history[խմբագրել | խմբագրել կոդը]

  Previous   Current   Preview

Table of versions: Windows 10 (mobile)
Version Release date Highlights

9941.12498

February 12, 2015

User interface

  • Home screen wallpaper displayed behind translucent tiles rather than within them.[33]
  • Live tiles can be tall in size.[21]
  • Updated design for context menus

General user experience

  • Ability to expand notifications[49]
  • Actionable notifications[31]
  • Action Center with additional settings toggles and same design across Windows 10 devices[31]
  • App list redesigned with wallpaper as background, recent installed apps at top and ability to search for apps[21][31]
  • Keyboard contains virtual pointing stick for text selection and a voice input button[31]
  • Notifications can be synchronized between other Windows 10 devices.[33]
  • Press and hold on any toggle in Action Center takes you to respective settings of that option[50]
  • Reminder of coming calendar events when turning the device off.[51]

Security features

  • Device encryption option

Apps

Universal apps

  • Alarms app, adding world clock, timer, and stopwatch modes.[54]
  • Calculator app with a built in unit converter.[55]
  • Photos app with OneDrive synchronization, collections and automatic photo enhancements.[31]
  • Settings app with the same categorization and layout on Windows 10 devices.[21][31]
  • Sound recording app added.[21]

10.0.12534.56
(Build 10051)

April 10, 2015

General user experience

  • Keyboard can be made smaller and shifted to the left or right of the screen for one-handed use on large-screen devices.[21]
  • LED notification support for individual apps[56]
  • Pen and inking support[57]
  • Possibility for speech input in virtually any data field one can type.[58][59]
  • Possibility to delete the primary Microsoft account without resetting the device[56]
  • Possibility to set battery saver threshold anywhere from 60% to 5% battery[60]
  • Smart dialing[61]
  • Updated app switcher that moves from left to right, up to 15 recently used apps and new grid layout for large-screen devices[62]

Security features

  • App permissions for location[56]

Windows apps

10.0.12534.59
(Build 10052)[65]

April 21, 2015

Bug fixes

  • Camera's viewfinder application
  • Disable data connections
  • Downloading keyboards in additional languages
  • Entering the correct PIN code would freeze some phones
  • Flight mode
  • MMS settings being lost while installing the preview

10.0.12562.84
(Build 10080)

May 14, 2015

User interface

  • New accent colors[66]
  • New live tile animation
  • Setting for background transparency[66]
  • Transparent tiles with background within as in Windows Phone 8.1[67]

General user experience

  • Change keyboard language by swiping space bar[68]
  • Long press on QWERTZUIOP letters for number access[69]

New technology support

  • Mouse pointing devices[70]

Windows apps

10.0.12634.131
(Build 10136)

June 16, 2015

User interface

  • All apps letter 'jump' buttons are ALL CAPS instead of lower case
  • Many UI refinements
  • Split-view settings in landscape mode on higher-res displays[71]

General user experience

  • 3G only setting for highest connection speed
  • Cortana improvements
  • Reachability feature for 5" devices and above, press and hold Windows button for screen to slide down
  • Search box replacing the search button at the top of the all apps list
  • Battery Saver now displays detailed information on an application's battery usage concerning lighting up the screen, running the processor or transferring data.[72]
  • The ability enable and disable OneDrive backups for individual applications.

"Project Spartan"[73]

  • Internet Explorer Mobile is removed
  • InPrivate mode
  • Secure sites are marked with a badge
  • Full-screen videos
  • A "Save as" option for web images to convert files into .png or .jpg images

New technology support

10.0.12648.133
(Build 10149)[74]

June 25, 2015

User interface

  • Updated icons and visuals (including visual controls)

General user experience

  • Flashlight toggle in notification center[75]
  • Quiet hours enabled from Cortana's notebook
  • Option for showing notification panes on the lockscreen
  • Download limit on 3G networks removed

Windows apps

  • "Project Spartan" branded as Microsoft Edge
  • Microsoft Edge gained option to view a website as "desktop" or "mobile"
  • Microsoft Edge's address bar moved to bottom of the screen
  • Automatic camera roll back up is now enabled from the OneDrive application
  • Photos now supports .gif files
  • Photos now shows albums (Camera roll, screenshots, saved photos)

New technology support

10.0.12666.0
(Build 10166)[77]

July 10, 2015

General user experience

  • Removal of the Windows Phone Store
  • "Universal" Windows Store is out of beta
  • Battery icon in Action Center is now larger

Security

  • Users who forgot their PIN are now prompted to enter "A1B2C3" as opposed to being locked out of their mobile telephones requiring a hard reset
  • Ability to change PIN with Microsoft accounts after 5 failed attempts[78]

Bug fixes

  • Compatibility for apps has been improved
  • Improved reliability of app downloads and updates from the Store
  • Missing migration screen post-reboot when updating has been re-implemented

Announced features

Unreleased

User interface

  • Spotlight lockscreen

General user experience

  • Block and filter calls and texts[79]
  • Continuum for Phones
  • Skype integration for messaging and calls. Conversations and contacts can be synced with Messaging app on Windows 10 on PC.[31][33][80][81]
  • Windows Hello

New technology support

Windows Camera[66][83]

  • Extended variable photo sequence
  • Independent flash control
  • Profile
  • Quick launch for more devices
  • Square aspect ratio resolutions
  • Variable frame rate (slow motion)
  • Video HDR

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  69. «Windows 10 Features quick Access to Digits»։ WMPoweruser.com։ 2014-06-20։ Վերցված է 2015-05-30 
  70. «Windows 10 for phone support for mouse and keyboard demoed in emulator video»։ Windowscentral.com։ 2015-05-11։ Վերցված է 2015-05-30 
  71. Weir Andy (9 June 2015)։ «Windows 10 Mobile build 10134 shows its stuff in video demo»։ Neowin 
  72. Surur Suril (21 June 2015)։ «Windows 10 Mobile TP now offers more detailed battery usage information.»։ Windows Mobile PowerUser 
  73. Hassan Mehedi (18 June 2015)։ «Microsoft Edge gets full-screen video, InPrivate mode support, and more on Windows 10 Mobile Build 10136.»։ Windows Mobile PowerUser 
  74. Frank Hanley (25 June 2015)։ «New build 10149 of Windows 10 Mobile updates browser, adds flashlight.»։ PC World 
  75. «Rejoice–Windows 10 Mobile will have a Flashlight toggle in the Action Centre»։ WMPoweruser.com։ 2014-06-20։ Վերցված է 2015-05-30 
  76. «Latest version of Windows 10 Mobile camera now supports Face tracking in FFC»։ WMPoweruser.com։ 2015-06-27։ Վերցված է 2015-06-28 
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  78. Vasile Cosmin (12 July 2015)։ «Windows 10 Mobile Removes Long-Time Lockout for Entering a Wrong Passcode.»։ Softpedia 
  79. «New Block And Filter Feature In Windows 10 For Phones Settings App»։ WMPoweruser.com։ 2014-06-20։ Վերցված է 2015-05-30 
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  81. «Microsoft is turning Skype into its own version of iMessage in Windows 10»։ The Verge։ Vox Media։ Վերցված է 9 February 2015 
  82. «Windows 10 will finally bring WPS support to Windows Phone»։ WMPoweruser.com։ 2014-06-20։ Վերցված է 2015-05-30 
  83. Surur Suril (19 March 2015)։ «Windows 10 to finally bring slow motion video to Windows Phone»։ Windows Mobile PowerUser 

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